In a London debut, Lisbon label Principe records brought three of the label’s figureheads and stars of Lisbon’s Afro-Portugese dance music scene, DJ Marfox, DJ Nigga Fox and DJ Firmeza to London’s Camden Assembly.
Spinning experimental 80’s infused lo-fi pop punk, PART TIME, is headed up by San Franciscan David Speck, and is reminiscent of Bryan Ferry, strumming up nostalgic ideas of Roxy Music.
Blood red, strong flamenco masculine suits, and armed with a telecaster guitar, Anna Calvi makes a celestial album that is only fully felt live. I recently saw her show as […]
Carrie & Lowell, the new album from Sufjan Stevens is a sparse and haunting release dealing with grief and emptiness, unlike earlier work building on all Sufjan’s musical abilities, where […]
Bradford born singer Laura Groves releases ‘Committed Language‘ on Deek recordings, following her beautiful debut album ‘Thinking about Thinking‘. Initially recording under the alias ‘Blue Roses’ in 2009 on XL Recordings. […]
With intimate recordings carried through on distinct vocals, her latest release, ‘On Your Own Love Again’ is available on Drag City Records, and was recorded on a 4 track, all voice and […]
Brooklyn producer Octo Octa produces dreamy, nostalgic, bouncy house music, most recently releasing ‘Fever Dream’ on German, Running Back Records. Releasing on 100% silk since 2011, with fellow dream house artists like […]